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, very romantic, very symbolic, and very much charisma driven. >> obama has got inner toughness, the velvet glove around the steel fist. >> somebody who started out as a state senator is now the democratic president of the united states-- that's a pretty spectacular rise in 12 years. >> this is our moment, this is our time-- to restore prosperity and promote the cause of peace. >> he really believes that he has something to offer and that he can make a difference in the way people live their lives. >> narrator: tonight on frontline, the story of barack obama-- his life and his rise to the presidency. "dreams of obama."
of the paternal side of president obama's family in his new book, "the obamas." .. >> host: in some sense we might expect your book to be called the untold story of an american family, but it's the untold story of an african family. why did you choose to focus on the side of the family heritage and what is its significance. >> guest: when the american people elect a president they also elect the leader of the free world. you only have to see what's happening this week in cairo to know that the decisions made now in the white house are going to affect the lives of 85 million egyptians. and so i sometimes think the american people don't fully appreciate just a big a deal it is when there's a new american president because he does have this very powerful influential position for the rest of the world, not just the american people. and so that's the first thing really that he is an important man to everybody but with barack obama he is fundamentally different from any previous american president are very obvious reasons. he came up very quickly from relative obscurity, and napoleon once said give me l
was a remarkable transformation of a family. go back to generations to engender obama boreman 85. he was essentially born into an iron age family. >> host: we mean the father of barack obama, senior, so the president's grandfather. >> guest: the president's paternal grandfather and he was a big figure in the story as you might imagine. he was brought up in a society that hadn't had any contact people, they or animal skins and in the two generations you've gone from this man in 1985 to the free world living in the white house and that is a remarkable transformation to happen. >> host: i think it's interesting the american political debate these get sanitized so obama for rick symbol will look forward to his granny which is sarah obama and people to point out that she saw his grandmother it is the grandfather's other wife, his actual the grandfather is -- grandmother was someone else so there's an interesting and tribal history. you mentioned the lull tried. tell us about the major tribes in kenya and how did this affect which the obama family became not only raised but became aware po
letter o and it tried that the obama's family is from a name all of the mails with the letter o and all but when then -- women start with the letter a. . . allow himself to be beaten by his master and that was the term of between the war in kenya there was nothing to beat your house servant. they wouldn't stand for it on one occasion he actually took the king of his boss to and hit him with it and he was arrested and then released because the magistrate said that was in the protection. so although he did live with the british under the british rule he was a young man. >> host: he seems to be fiercely independent. certainly not someone to put up with nonsense from anyone either on his wife or his son. on the other hand he does raise a politically incorrect question because he asks the question how did we, the africans, get into this situation, how did the white man in particular britain on the tiny island control one-third or one-half of the real estate on the planet. it's got to be something to do with technology and power and organizational skills and commercial and military st
the pakistani government does not want to take ownership. it prefers barack obama and leon panetta to take it. it demonstrates contradiction at the heart of our relationship to make it a difficult partner thank you. [applause] . . >> some women told me, you know, it sounds like very much nurses that they really wanted to escape their small towns. they didn't want to live with their friends who were marrying young and having babies. some wanted adventure. they wanted to go to war and they really wanted to fight. i talked to one woman who was german who emigrated to the united states because she was too sold for the german military and she really wanted to fight in war. >> what would be their motivation? >> some of it was economic. there were many women i talked to who came from real poverty. i mean, very series poverty and for them the military was a way out. i spoke with many, many women who had been teen mothers and had children very, very young, and they saw this as a career path. it was a good career path and in light of debates over health care, there were several women who had
it on. >> very idealistic, very romantic, very symbolic, and very much charisma driven. >> obama has got inner toughness, the velvet glove around the steel fist. >> somebody who started out as a state senator is now the democratic president of the united states-- that's a pretty spectacular rise in 12 years. >> this is our moment, this is our time-- to restore prosperity and promote the cause of peace. >> he really believes that he has something to offer and that he can make a difference in the way people live their lives. >> narrator: tonight on frontline, the story of barack obama-- his life and his rise to the presidency. "dreams of obama." >> the delegates are trickling into boston. >> 35,000 people are expected to descend on boston. >> the convention is being held in the heart of the city. >> narrator: in july 2004, as the democrats were nominating john kerry, a young newcomer was about to steal the show. >> the next senator from the state of illinois, barack obama. >> the buzz was there was this up-and-coming, young state senator from illinois. most people probably couldn't pronoun
obama called dreams from my father paid i hadn't read it to that point. hadn't been paying that much attention to the campaign, and i found myself stuck in the detroit airport awaiting a flight on america's least glamorous flight the trip to buffalo. but very little to do i went into a bookstore and was like and obamarama. dreams from my father, softcover, there were obama coloring books and coffee table books giving it was like the obama store. and given my diocese i feel like an adolescent boy in the first copy of playboy. you don't have the "national review" and commentary but anyhow, as i started reading the book first of all i discovered the excerpts in question were taken out of context. the book is not as radical as it sounds. the book is calculated and as i would learn later on doing my research the book wasn't calculated to make barack obama president of the united states. was calculated to make barack obama the mayor of chicago in which position it would do a world of good as president and in the world of psychological and moral problems. as i get into it, just in the we've
>> up next on booktv, jack cashill questions whether president obama wrote his memoirs, "dreams from my father." mr. cashill argues obama was assisted in the writing of his 1995 memoir by bill ayers and contends the president pfister is different than the one presented in his biography. this program is just over an hour. >> and i want to start by telling you, some of you may not believe this, but this whole journey started so innocently. in july 2008, a correspondent sent me a list of excerpts from the acclaimed 1995 memoir of iraq obama called "dreams from my father." i have not read it from that point. i have not been paying that much attention to the campaign. i found myself stuck in the detroit airport awaiting and with very little of do as i can obama rama. there was "dreams from my father." there were obama coloring books, obama coffee table books. it was like the obama story. and so i thought it a copy -- took the copy of terms for my father and i can add a lesson. the national review and commentary, but anyhow, as i started reading the book, first of all, i discovered th
>>> el presidente barack obama explicó esta noche a la nación por qué autorizó las acciones militares contra libia. >>> más temprano el presidente barack obama participó en un foro sobre educación organiz por univisión. >>> tenemos imágenes de una niña deportada hacia guatemala-. >>> una balacera durante la presentación de una conocida agrupación musical en méxico provocó una estampida humana. >>> (♪ ♪) >>> buenas noches, como lo había anunciado, el presidente barack obama habló sobre libiaed.noct. que estados unidos, respondió a una emergencia humanitaria, dijo también que como presidente dijo que no podía ver una masacre, tenemos el reporte. >>> el presidente barack obama defendió en un discurso su orden de atacar en libia, alegando que si la seguridad del país no estaba amenazada, si lo estaba los intereses y valores. >>> abandonar nuestra responsabilidad, sería traicionar quienes somos, como presidente no quise ver las imágenes de masacres y fosas comunes. >>> esta noche puedo reportar quemos detenido el avance mortal de muammar gadafhi. >>> tambi
very excited to be moderate in this session called "obama, politics, and religion." it occurs to me that "obama, politics, and religion" might be the three topics that my wife and i would decide not to bring up at the dinner table if we had guests who saw the world differently than we did. since i served as the executive of a nonprofit in the jewish community, my wife has had the privilege of working in the office of kabi giffords. you can imagine that these are topics that are very much on our minds front and center. needless to say in the world in which we live exemplified perhaps more than anything research center finding that the percentage of americans who believe that our president is muslim grew from 11% in 2009 to 18% in 2010 despite his repeated affirmations of his christianity, it's clear that these topics are front and center in the american discourse. and so while we might sometimes avoid these topics at my dinner table conversation today we get to dig into them. we have the good fortune of doing so by listening to individuals who are a uniquely prepared to provide us wi
publications examining the predictors of campaign outcomes and her new book is entitled "the obama victory: how media, money, and message shaped the 2008 election". here it is. i'm holding it up for you. it is on sale outside. reviewers have said detailed and thoroughly documented fitting for students and scholars but highly acceptable language for the general public. the best analysis of the presidential election in recent history. it is a game changer for scholars, punt, and strategists. we all need to buy the book. our second panelist is kevin coe whose ph.d. in communication from the university of illinois. his research and teaching focus is on the interaction of the american political discourse, news media, and public opinion. in addition to his many scholarly publications he has written opinion pieces on a wide range of popular news alice such as the chicago tribune, baltimore sun, and times that,. the publication of his book, "the god strategy: how religion became a political weapon in america." here we go. how religion became a political weapon in america. reviewers have commented, a we
obama called dreams of my father. i had not read it to that point. i had not been paying that much to the campaign and i found myself stuck in the detroit airport awaiting a flight delay on america's least glamorous flight detroit to buffalo. i went into a bookstore, audacity of hope, dreams of my father. there were obama coffee table book. it was like the obama store and so i bought a copy of dreams for my father and given my bias, like an adolescent buying his first copy of the playboy you don't have the national review and the commentary but anyhow, as i started reading the book, first of all i discovered that the excerpts in question were taken out of question. the book is not as radical as it sounds at all. the book was very calculated. the book was not calculated to make president of the united states. the book was calculated to make barack obama the mayor of chicago in which position he would do the world good as president. he presents a world of, you know, psychological and moral problems. as i got into it, just in the way of description, the book is divided into three part
disagreement that lies at the heart of somebody else's civil war. gwen: that was candidate obama in 2007. >> because of the extraordinary capabilities and valor of our men and women in uniform, we have already saved lives. gwen: that was president obama this week as bombs were falling in libya. but the definition of victory remains unclear. >> i think there are any number of possible outcomes here and no one's in a position to predict them. we didn't set out to do regime change here. we set out, as i said, to do a very targeted mission. gwen: and now nato steps in. >> we have taken on responsibility for the no-fly zone, while the coalition continues its activities. gwen: but does gaddafi stay or does he go? will congress go along with the plan? and what dominoes are set to fall next? covering the story this week -- helene cooper of "the new york times." doyle mcmanus of the "los angeles times." gloria borger of cnn. and john dickerson of "slate" magazine and cbs news. >> award-winning reporting and analysis. covering history as it happens. live from our nations capital. this is "washingt
think she would be a good contender with obama if she sticks with those values. because we have somehow moved away from our conservative values and moved toward democracy, and that is where we wlook the same against the democrats. if you look more different and appeal to the larger percentage of the country, you can pull the independence and moderates with you to the republican side of the vote. i think that she would actually win the republican primary if given a good chance against president obama. i also believe that she looks like a good candidate because one, and she has good ideas i and getting the fiscal budget back together and getting the $105 billion that she and 20 other republicans and the house have found that were hidden in obama care. i feel that needs to be taken back and given back to the taxpayers. she seems willing to do that. if she is willing to do that, i am ready for her to do that. all the way, michele bachmann is our presidential candidate. host: richard in minneapolis, minnesota. you are on the democrats' line? caller: michael does not know about michelle bach
>>> el presidente barack obama visita el salvador con ofrecimientos de impulsar el comercio, impulsar la lucha contra el narcotráfico, y también regresará a los estados unidos, en su reunión con el presidente, habló de inmigración el mandatario, salvadoreño, la comunidad salvadoreña especialmente los amparados están pendientes de los resultados el presidente obama confiado que en unos días estados unidos trasladará el control de la operación en libia a una coalición internacional muamar gadafi dice estar listo para seguir luchando y en vista del nivel de riesgo de la planta nuclear, las autoridades ponen revisión en la lista de prioridades >>> este es su noticiero univisión con maría elena salinas y desde el salvador, jorge ramos ♪ . >>> hola que tal muy buenas noches, estamos por supuesto transmitiendo desde el salvador, donde está el presidente barack obama , en la última parada de su gira por latinoamérica, pero antes comenzamos con libia porque hoy estados unidos perdi@ un avión de guerra, regresamos a los estudios >>> muchas gracias, ef
toros, comienza la primera gira latinoamericana del presidente barack obama, brasil lo espera pero quieren tratar a los estados unidos de igual a igual. >> no más imposiciones norteamericanas. >> estamos en haití donde el presidente jean bertrand a regresó al exildel exilio ante acogida de sus seguidores. >> este es su noticiero con maríah@noticiero univisionh@h@n su primera gira latinoamericana pero antes tiene que pensar en otras cosas como japón y libia. >> muchísimas gracias en solo minutos. >> después de haber estadero u onu.ue sigcando a losunivnoti rebeldes y hoy el presidente obama advirtió que no acotar la advertencia de frenar sus hostilidades enfrentará las h@ consecuencias, las tropas de gaddafi avanzan en estos momentos sobre la ciudad rebelde. >> (♪). >> es una declaración de cese al fuego que solo lleva el nombre. >> las fuerzas militares libias atacaron en el oeste a la ciudad de... dejando 30 muertos entre ellos niños. >> y en las últimas horas comenzaron a avanzar sobre principal bastión rebelde. >> llevan celebrando en las calles la intervención
decided to enforce the no-fly zone over libya. >> president obama catching flak from both sides of the aisle. >> the president exceeded his authority. >> the president is going to inject as into a civil war that will cost us billions of dollars. >> first anniversary of the health-care law. >> a year later, it looks worse than it did then and that is saying something. >> i may be 5'2" and wearing a yellow suit but i am one tough lady. >> we the people will take back our government. >> and what is going on at reagan national airport? >> the tower is apparently unmanned. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> they are not exactly pen pals, but house speaker john boehner wrote a letter to president obama. he has questions, he said, about the american role in libya, our strategy there, the cost, the operation, gaddafi, whether he stays or goes. all these concerns point to a fundamental question -- what is our benchmark for success in libya? how'd you think the president would answer that, evan? >> i wish he would tell us. i often wonder if obama knows. m
>> hoy en agenda washington estaremos hablando sobre la visita del presidente barack obama a suelo suramericano, ¿se reforzarán los lazos políticos y comerciales con brasil, chile y el salvador? lo hablaremos en el estudio. además, todo lo que pasa en washington. >> "agenda washington". bienvenidos a "agenda washington", les habla mario sol. comprometió de afianzar el comercio y la cooperación >> con el propósito de crear nuevas alianzas para el progreso de las américas, el presidente barack obama visitó los países de bra de la unión ante el congreso; la gira comenzó en brasil donde el primer mandatario estadounidense se reunió con su homóloga dilma rousseff, en un encuentro que tuvo como objetivo mejorar las relaciones con el país sureño después de un periodo marcado de tensiones entre ambas naciones. obama calificó a brasil como un modelo a seguir para el mundo Árabe por su transición de dictadura a democracia y resaltó su extraordinario ascenso a potencia mundial. de brasil el presidente obama se dirigió a chile donde se encontró con el líder nacional seb
libya. >> president obama catching flak from both sides of the aisle. >> the president exceeded his authority. >> the president is going to inject as into a civil war that will cost us billions of dollars. >> first anniversary of the health-care law. >> a year later, it looks worse than it did then and that is saying something. >> i may be 5'2" and wearing a yellow suit but i am one tough lady. >> we the people will take back our government. >> and what is going on at reagan national airport? >> the tower is apparently unmanned. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> they are not exactly pen pals, but house speaker john boehner wrote a letter to president obama. he has questions, he said, about the american role in libya, our strategy there, the cost, the operation, gaddafi, whether he stays or goes. all these concerns point to a fundamental question -- what is our benchmark for success in libya? how'd you think the president would answer that, evan? >> i wish he would tell us. i often wonder if obama knows. maybe he doesn't have an answer. basically, o
de las fuerzas de khadafi, aviones bombardean destruyendo tanques y vehÍculos militares. obama le dijo a la presidenta de h@isionnot unbrasil que quiÁ negocios... >> nueva matanza en mÉxico, el escenario ahora fue acapulco, varios hombres armados dispararon en un bar del balneario, donde mataron al -10 personas. >> este es el noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana con martÍn berlanga, h@ y desde brasil, jorge ramos. >> muy buenas noches, nos encontramos en brasilia donde llegÓ obama con su familia... viene por supuesto, en esta primera gira latinoamericana a hablar de comercio y energÍa, pero aquÍ vamos a ver cÓmo las cosas van cambiando, porque a pesar de que estÁ interesado en hablar de amÉrica latina ha tenido que venir h@un@ hasta brasilia, a hablar sobre libia, la comunidad internacional ha autorizado a varias naciones a hacer todo lo posible para evitar que el dictador mate a su gente, y esto implica ataques de aviones de una coaliciÓn internacional, que tiene que ver con ataques de aviones franceses. aquÍ tenemos esta parte de la historia... ♪ h@not uni-fin deh@uni
'm chris smoomatthews. mike huckabee tried to wiggle free from his pauls claims about president obama by papering over his original false claims with more of them. just how far do republicans think cheap dishonest appeals to the haters will get then in the race for the presidency? judging by the deafening silence whenever one these bomb tloers lobs one, it seems pretty far. but the stuff spewed by the likes of huckabee and gingrich will wind up tainting the republican nominee. here is george will this sunday. let us know mince words. there are at most five plausible republican presidents on the horizon, mitch daniels, haley barbour, jon huntsman, tim pawlenty, mitt romney. he therefore wrote huckabee and beginning griffin off the list of acceptable candidates. so did george will just nom them out of the race? it's our top story tonight. >>> and speaking of republicans who threaten to contaminate other g ocht p presidential candidates, michele bachmann refused to back away from her charge that president obama presides over a gangster government. plus remember how republicans pledged t
obama visitÓ la que fuera una peligrosa fabela. allÍ estaremos en la ciudad de dios. en una de sus calles el mandatario hasta jugÓ el fÚtbol. >> suerte a carlos pascual despuÉs de que el embajador de estados unidos presentara su renuncia. >> y con las trece mil personas desaparecidas en japÓn, los esfuerzos no paran. rescatan a un adolescente y a una anciana. >> este es el noticiero univisiÓn de fin de semana. con martÍn berlanga y con ustedes desde brasil jorge ramos. >> hola, quÉ tal? ¡muy buenos dÍas! desde río de janeiro, hoy en el noticiero vamos a hablar de playas y tambiÉn de bombas y radiaciones. pero vamos a comenzar con la extraÑa situaciÓn en la que el presidente de los estados unidos, barak obama, ha estado, tenido que planear desde estas playas el ataque. barak obama ordena un ataque en libia y esto de alguna forma ha quitado importancia, interÉs, atenciÓn a la sgira latinoamericana del presidente barak obama a brasil, chile y el salvador. en contra de kadafi en libia. la guerra mÁs larga, dijo cagdafi. >> durante toda la noche los bombarderos de la coa
.ncicap.org-- >> they are not exactly pen pals, but house speaker john boehner wrote a letter to president obama. he has questions, he said, about the american role in libya, our strategy there, the cost, the operation, gaddafi, whether he stays or goes. all these concerns point to a fundamental question -- what is our benchmark for success in libya? how'd you think the president would answer that, evan? >> i wish he would tell us. i often wonder if obama knows. maybe he doesn't have an answer. basically, our policy is to get rid of gaddafi, because if we don't, he is going to attack the united states. this is a scary, a crazy guy. i worry about domestic terrorism if we don't get rid of them. obama has never expressed that. sort of. who knows? >> any idea, nina? >> i guess i am not any clearer than evan is. this seems to me like the first president bush's first war in iraq. we were not sure exactly what our goal -- our stated goal was to shove them back -- >> get him out of kuwait. >> there were lots of questions about whether we should of gotten rid of saddam hussein 100 that is where we are today. can we live with
with netanyahu and will give us the latest in minutes. >> it has been one year since president obama signed the national health care law. is it working? do people love it or hate it? why are some states exempt? who is still putting up a fight? why is the president trying to keep the health care law way from the supreme court? is he afraid of what they will say? attorney general cuccinelli is here plus governor palin. >> hold on to your seats for this one. is did -- is donald trump a birther? you will hear directly from donald trump. we have a jam-packed show coming to you live from naples, florida. sarah palin joins us in two minutes. first live to libya. steve harrigan joins us live from tripoli. >> reporter: the attacks here now coming into the city of tripoli by fighter jets. libyan's air defenses have been knocked out. less expensive option now being used. we've heard several explosions to my right near the presidential compound one mile away. of course gadhafi himself was speaking before human shields at that come upon yesterday. pentagon officials have said he himself is not specifica
, la crisis, todo está caro, empleo que no hay. >>> me parece bien que el presidente obama venga al salvador a visitarnos y que vea realmente las necesidades que el salvador tiene. >>>periodista: es en lugares como este donde el precio de los productos se encarecen, donde se puede medir el tipo de problemas económicos que enfrentan miles, muchos de ellos esperan que con la visita de obama se impulse un plan de desarrollo social que pueda mejorar su calidad de vida. >>> otro tema de preocupación es la creciente presencia de los carteles mexicanos en estos lugares, ya controlan algunos sectores en guatemala y aquí se extiende. hace semanas se encontraron barriles con más de 15 millones de dólares, las autoridades dicen que era un campo de entrenamiento para los zetas, a muchos les preocupa el recorrido que hacen sus compatriotas hacia estados unidos. >>> que vean por ellos. >>>periodista: la visita de obama genera expectativas en el tema migratoria, por la noche estos niños hijos de inmigrantes, y que en algunos casos no vieron a sus padres por años encendieron veladoras. > >>>
or without you. that forced obama's hand. and obama then sent hilary clinton off to do what she could in paris to salvage it. at that point you already had on the ground, in benghazi, french and british commandos, to control the airstrikes that saved benghazi. steve reported as well as rick when he was out there on the effect of that airstrike. that was the first mission. it wasn't a tomahawk launched by an american ship it was a french aircraft attacking tanks. >> sean: i'm frightened by in president's inability to make a decision. it took six months to give the troops that were requested by our leaders in afghanistan. he was dithering. then i still didn't give them the troops they wanted. he didn't support freedom fighters in iran in 2009. he vacillated and took varying positions in egypt and seems to be doing the same today. more concerned about brackets, trip to rio and playing golf. >> he's on spring break give him a break. this man tries to please everyone. he's got various factions in his own party, around the world. nothing but apologize for america, literally since he's been
intento >>> el presidente barack obama se despide esta noche de chile, hubo una cena en su honor, mañana termina en el salvador su gira por latinoamérica >>> estados unidos y otras naciones toman precauciones ante la contaminación por la radiación japonesa >>> el sistema iverify no solo sirve para comprobar el estatus migratorio, sino que prestará un nuevo servicio ♪ . >>> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna ♪ . >>> buenas noches, los ojos del mundo están puestos sobre libia, en el tercer día, la capital vuelve a ser objetivo y el suelo se ha visto cubierto por los destellos anti-aéreos el primer día de ataque costó más de 100 millones de dólares en equipo a estados unidos estamos en nuestro centro de satélite, alberto en santiago de chile, y en nuestros estudios el coronel retirado octavio pérez, vamos adelante >>> cohetes anti-aéreos, lanzados desde tierra, trataban de repeler la nueva oleada de misiles, conformada por 10 países sigue desafiante y debilitad >>> no obstante el secretario de defensa, insiste que el rol de los estad
in an eastern town. for the first time president obama is publicly calling on gadhafi to give up power and to leave the country. >> let me be very unambiguous about this. colonel gadhafi needs to step down from power and leave. that is good for his country. it's good for his people. it's the right thing to do. >> concerns that the situation in libya could deteriorate into a humanitarian crisis, president obama said he is looking at every option. >> are options military and nonmilitary that we are considering, and we will make them on watts best for the libyan people and minimizing harm to citizens in the process. throughout this we will send a clear message that it's time for gadhafi to go. with respect to our willingness to engage militarily, what i've instructed the department of defense as well as our state department and all those who are involved in international affairs to examine is a full range of options. i don't want us hamstrung. i want us to make decisions based on what's best for the libyan people in consultation with the international community. >> the president did leave
." >> president obama says the u.s. had a moral obligation to intervene in libya. they will now seek control of major operations to nato. >> i said america's role would be limited and we would not put ground troops into libya. we would focus our unique capabilities on the front end of the operation and transfer responsibility to our allies and partners. tonight, we are fulfilling that pledge. >> allied strikes on libya continue. the rebels he -- meet heavy resistance but pledged to continue their advance westward. >> i will hold gaddafi and kill him. >> fist fighting in the western city upper -- of misrata. we are broadcasting to our viewers in p.b.s. in america, and around the world. japan's prime minister declares a state of maximum alert over the crisis at the fukushima nuclear plant. president obama has made his first formal speech on the military campaign in libya. the address in washington came amid some criticism in the united states that the president has yet to explain what the goals of military action are and how long the military action will last. he responded by saying that a fai
obama's libyan policy helping or hurting him among voters we have the latest polling, and crowley and colmes will analyze. this. >> this is the guy that they fell allove with and corrupted themselves and supported him during the campaign. >> bill: bernie goldberg says the mainstream liberal media will support whatever president obama does in libya. that seems to be happening the far left hates the military action. we have a special report. >> her 15-year-old daughter targeted on a high school smut list, left shaken and ashamed. now, angela vacarro has a message for whoever posted it online. >> you are disgusting. >> bill: is it legal team investigating a shocking story. scores of high school girls and boys being branded as promiscuous on the net. >> definitely all around the school and it's crazy. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the nops. the -- the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. conservative faulk radio opens up on president obama. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. listen
since he has been in office. is mr. obama losing the capacity to persuade americans? dick morris has the data. >> people have birth certificates. he hasn't have a birth certificate. >> bill: a wild interview with donald trump who says he would like to be president. >> i won't be taken advantage of by the rest of the world. >> in this no spin conversation, we will pin him down. >> people are afraid to talk about this subject. they are afraid to confront you. >> bill: also, dennis miller and karl rove will analyze the big interview with trump. >> this is getting a little weird. >> >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone, factor begins right now >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. leadership, that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the presidential election of 2012 will be about the economy and leadership, signature issues and the "u.s.a. today." just 52% of americans now believe president obama is a strong and decisive leader. that is down 21 points since he took office. 47% of americans say the president is not a strong leader
? the obama administration says no. we asked colonel north and john bolton if that is the case. >> time for the weekly break down of the obamamania mainstream media bias. >> bush would have gotten more barbecued for this. >> sean: this week the libya edition. spite criticism from both parties did obama go far enough in libya? senator mccain says he can go farther. he's here with advice for the anointed one. >> more reaction over louis farrakhan's tirade on the anointed one. >> who the hell, do you think you are? >> sean: reverend sparp ton responds. we are on the road to 2012. >> this is a fox news alert. secretary of state clinton announced this evening nato will take control of military operations in libya. -- >> we have agreed with long with our nato allies to transition command and control for the no-fly zone over libya to nato. all 28 allies have also now authorized military authorities to develop an operations plan for nato to take on the broader civilian protection mission, unrest lose 1973. >> sean: the u.s. will continue to lead the allied effort against gadhafi and the regime
del presidente barack obama, brasil lo espera pero quieren tratar a los estados unidos de igual a igual. >> no más imposiciones norteamericanas. >> estamos en haití donde el presidente jean bertrand a regresó al exildel exilio ante acogida de sus seguidores. >> este es su noticiero con maría elena salinas y desde brasil, jorge ramos. >> hola que tal buenas noches desde brasilia la capital de brasil el presidente de los estados unidos barack obama llegará dentro de solo unas horas en este país, quieren tratar a estados unidos de igual a igual, aquí comienza también su primera gira latinoamericana pero antes tiene que pensar en otras cosas como japón y libia. >> muchísimas gracias en solo minutos. >> después de haber estado virtualmente aislado como noticias en la crisis en japón, los opositores de muammar gaddafi recibieron el tan deseado apoyo nacional, la o onu... que sigan atacando a los rebeldes y hoy el presidente obama advirtió que no acotar la advertencia de frenar sus hostilidades enfrentará las consecuencias, las tropas de gaddafi avanzan en estos momentos
. is this now the obama doctrine. if there is a potential humanitarian crisis about to take place and the international community is onboard, that we can't standby with empty words, we have to take some action? does that apply to mugabe, sudan, taking him out, does that apply to syria, lebanon? where do we take this? bahrain? saudi arabia? what does that mean? >> i don't think there is an obama doctrine. i think there are a series of obama excuses. i disagree profoundly with what he said yesterday. first of all, there is no international community that has any authority. so the idea that the president of the united states responsible to congress and the american people, but he's responsible to some vague organization called the international community, is profoundly wrong. secondly, qadhafi never had legitimacy. qadhafi is a dictator since 1969. this idea that dictators lose legitimacy. mugabe, castro has no low mitgist -- has no legitimacy. they may have power. third, if humanitarian is the standard, you point out correctly, sudan's does instruction in darfur has to rank as one o
go wrong this way or that for obama, they think he will win again. and that is part of it. >> e. jechlt dionne, a pleasure to have you with us tonight. >> great to be with you. >> tonight in the survey i asked if the wisconsin 14 have done enough to come home, and >>> the huckster strikes again, let's play "hardball." good evening, i'm chris matthews up in philadelphia tonight. leading off tonight playing the madrasa card. the smiling face of the republican right has doubled down now. while adding that while most boys grew up around boy scouts, and going to rotary meeting, mr. obama grew up around madrasa. this is just a way of saying obama is really a terrorist. not from america, of course. is this what it takes to be a leader in the republican party? appeal to the haters who cannot accept the legitimacy of this president? on a parallel note, one of our pollsters tells us yesterday, it may be hard to understand why someone would jump off a cliff unless you understand they're being chased by a tiger. and that tiger is the tea party. in other words the gop is jumping off the poli
a el salvador donde donde está listo para la llegada del presidente obama, ahí está rogelio con todos los detalles. >>> buenas tardes, y se trata de unvisita histórica, porque nunca antes un presidente de estados unidos estuvo en relación con un gobierno de izquierda, y aunque el presidente es un socialista moderado. >>> al gobierno del presidente obama le exigimos que asuma responsablemente. >>> a unas horas de la llegada protagonizaron una marcha a la embajada. >>> esperamos que la venida del presidente obama responda a intereses de este pueblo y no agendas ocultas de intereses capitalistas. >>>periodista: obama llegará mañana procedente de chile para reunirse con el presidente funes. los temas principales son los carteles que se abren paso en centroamérica y las maras. >>> imaginase que se junten las maras con los carteles, y que también sea entrada del terrorismo. >>> otros de los temas en el que tiene un interés es en el desarrollo schmo, saben que la pobreza es un terreno fértil para migrantes, y quieren trabajar para producir el desarrollo en esta nación, y en general
." >> president obama says that opposition fighters is on the agenda for colonel gaddafi to leave power. >> if we wanted to get weapons in the libya, we probably could. we are looking at all of our options at this point. >> they are deciding libya's political future. the forces launched a ferocious counterattack on the rebels. >> sustained artillery fire, the rebels themselves are just ahead. >> and the level of radioactive iodine in the nuclear plant is found to be at least 3000 times behalf legal limit. coming up, a much-anticipated world cup semifinal between india and pakistan will see both prime ministers sitting side by side. welcome. as fierce fighting continues in libya, president obama has not ruled out supplying u.s. weapons to opposition figures in the country. he believed he was losing control of libya and would ultimately step down. a series of interviews with the american news network, president obama called on the leadership around the colonel to make it clear he had to go. >> people don't want him rolling anymore. they will have made a determination to what the most appropriate wa
-gaddafi forces. but is al-qaeda a concern? president obama tries a pivot from the rest of the middle east for greater energy independence. military hopes to change culture to prevent suicides. live from our studio in washington, this is "special report." i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. muammar gaddafi's forces are making gain against rebel fighters. having recaptured ras lanouf and making advance to the capital of tripoli. native airstrikes kept the army mostly at bay, the coalition is looking into new tactics including possibly arming the rebels. correspondent james rosen has the latest from the state department. james? >> reporter: chris, good evening. fox news confirmed that president obama has been considering a secret order known as finding to authorize broad away of covert operations in the libya. tonight reuters is reporting that the order has been signed sometime in the last two or three weeks. under heavy mortar and artillery fire, they moved east, another sign that ground forces loyal to gaddafi are strong despite the nato airstrikes. president obama said tuesday he has not
put together by advocating that president obama might not be born in this country. i see no evidence that's the case. >> all right. i don't get it, i don't understand why we keep talking about it. i, for one, think it is ridiculous, and we should stop talking about it. that's "hardball" for now. "the last word with lawrence o'donnell" starts right now. >>> senator chuck schumer accused the tea party of hoping for a government shut down. republicans spent all day attacking him, but did they spend any time finding a compromise to stop a shut down? senator schumer will tell us. >> we're not take anything off the table at this point. >> i am not going to put any options on the table or take any options off the table. >> the president pushes his strategy in libya. the republican speaker can't push his plan to cut spending. >> budget talks have stalled. >> our goal is to cut spending. >> $30 billion. they would have taken that in a heartbeat. >> even if republican leaders want to compromise, the tea party won't let them. >> the tea party has moved the negotiations to the right.
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